Framed by maple trees, boxwoods and stone columns, an intricately designed iron gate opens to a winding private drive leading to a spectacular retreat on more than 200 acres in Williamson County. Located between Thompson Station and Spring Hill, with easy access to I-840, Rolling Hills Retreat offers the ultimate getaway.

There is a conference center, boasting more than 4,000 square feet with an adjoining pavilion for entertaining, and a two-story activities barn with soaring 20-foot ceilings and a catering kitchen. There is also a detached three-car garage, ideal for four-wheelers. The structures sit on a placid lake with a floating dock, perfect for kayaking and fishing.

The main level of the conference center features a meeting room with a tongue-and-groove-paneled ceiling and pine floors; an Epson projector; a retractable screen; AT&T Fiber; and a stone fireplace. Two glass doors flanking the fireplace lead to a screened-in porch. There is also a catering kitchen, a boardroom, three offices, and men’s and women’s bathrooms.

The 269-acre property is zoned for agricultural and residential use only and would be the ideal family retreat. Also on the property is an inviting white frame and brick house built in 1986, with a gabled roof, covered porch and brick walkway. The four-bedroom, 3 ½-bath home also has an attached three-car garage. A highlight is the great room with its vaulted ceilings, arched windows and floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.

An open kitchen features granite countertops with a travertine backsplash, a walk-in pantry and high-end appliances. The first-floor master bedroom features a stone fireplace for chilly nights, and in the marble bathroom, with a picture window overlooking lush grounds, there are two walk-in, cedar-lined closets and a whirlpool tub.

And if that’s not enough, there’s a log cabin bunkhouse on the property with its own generator and an equipment barn. You’d never have to leave home.

Photographs by Daniel Hoisington